This month’s newsletter focuses on APA Advocacy. See a recap of the recent efforts that APA has done to help photographers with stock agency agreement, specifically, the last round of Getty Images’ agreement. APA has retained the firm of Nelson & McCulloch to council us on these issue. Read APA statements in APA Advocacy on new Getty Images Contributor Agreement.
Update yourself on the next Copyright: Know It or Blow It! APA events in San Francisco on Thursday, June 2 and in Seattle on Saturday, June 4. This event has been traveling the country and is chocked full of vital information. Debra Weiss leads an expert panel and Michael Grecco takes you through the process of registering images with the US Copyright Office and why you must do it. This is a free event for all.
Don’t miss the latest promotion that APA sends to the top creatives and art buyers in SearchAPA – How It Works For You – May 2011. This is just one-way APA advocates for our members in a real business sense.
APA past president Don Dormeyer received the International Photographic Council Leadership Award for 2011 from APA. Get a first hand look at the luncheon and award in Don Dormeyer Receives the 2011 IPC Leadership Award.
Also enjoy the interview with consultant Selina Maitreya on her Clarion Call II project that looks at Pricing, Negotiation and Licensing. ADBASE also continues their regular article installment. This month’s is a discussion on Motion and how you have to think differently than for stills.
I hope you enjoy reading these informative articles that will improve your business.
APA National CEO